Toyota Supra

How do you remove the crank pulley on a 1985 Toyota Supra?


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2015-07-15 21:45:56
2015-07-15 21:45:56

A great way to break loose the crank shaft pulley bolt is to get a 1/2" breaker bar and a 19mm 1/2"socket hook it up make sure to handle of the breaker bar is on the driver side then put the end of it to the ground and crank over your engine for a split second and the momentum from the srater will break the bolt loose...............good luck getting it by hand or impact gun, this way i described is most effective and extremely easy........... the handle of the breaker bar has to be sturdy posted onto the cement before u turn the motor over because if not u may have a disaster with a fly breaker bar.......... the bolt loosens counter clock wise ---------DRE85mkll owner

the crankshaft gear located behind the harmonic balancer has threads inside the gear to accept a threaded puller. i went to home depot and purchased a one and a half inch pipe nipple about four inches long. drilled two hole at one end of nipple and installed a bolt in each hole for the claws on my puller to grab. the pipe nipple will screw right into thr crank gear. grab bolts on pipe nipple with puller and wrench against the crankshaft and remove the gear the same way as the harmonic balancer

jim tucson az.


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